Man Utd ready to submit offer to sign £200,000-a-week player – Report

Kane and Son Spurs

Harry Kane has recently revealed that he wants to win the biggest prizes in his career. Well, so far, he has not won a single trophy in his career apart from individual Golden Boot awards.

The England international needs to leave Tottenham Hotspur to achieve his dreams and once again, he is linked with a move to Manchester United.

Transfer: Man Utd in constant contact to sign £51.8million in-form star – Report

In April 2021, the Three Lions captain was reportedly keen on moving to the Old Trafford outfit but the move did not happen (The Daily Mail).

Now, as per an exclusive report covered by The Sun, Man Utd are ready to submit an offer worth £90million to lure the 27-year-old. It is stated that Daniel Levy would find it hard to keep Kane if the player tells the club that he wants out.

Our current record signing is Paul Pogba, who was lured for a fee of £89million back in 2016 (BBC). So, the Glazers are basically planning to break the club transfer record by offering £90million for Kane

This season, the star striker has been in his best form for Spurs but he will once again end up winning nothing. The north Londoners had the chance to win the League Cup but were beaten by Manchester City in the final.

In 45 appearances (all competitions), the England international has directly contributed in 47 goals (31 goals and 16 assists) thus far. At the moment, he is the leading the Golden Boot race in the Premier League having found the net 21 times in 31 appearances.

Not to forget, the Spurs player has already won the PL Golden Boot award on two occasions. The last Man Utd player to win the prize was Robin van Persie, who netted 26 goals in the 2012-13 season and helped us win the title. Since then, not even a single Old Trafford star has managed to score 20 goals in a Premier League campaign.

Old Trafford legend, Roy Keane, has backed the Red Devils (Sky) to lure Harry Kane, who will be out of contract in 2024 and earns around £200,000-a-week (The Mail). We shall see how the transfer saga unfolds in the coming months and will keep you updated.

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